Tribal groups have protested against forcible acquisition of their land by mining companies [Krishna N Das/Reuters]

India‘s Supreme Court has ordered the eviction of more than one million forest dwellers, a majority of whom belong to indigenous tribal communities, after the federal government failed to defend a law aimed at protecting their rights.

The top court’s order, dated February 13 and delivered in written form on Wednesday, was in response to a petition

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